Spice Records was a DIY label. And the first of two Spice labels from the '70s, both of them equally ephemeral. This particular Spice appears to have been the vehicle for recordings by a Club / Cabaret band of that name. It seems to have issued just the one record: an EP containing the tracks 'Under The Moon Of Love', 'Living Next Door To Alice', 'When I Need You', and 'Love The One You're With'. Each side had its own catalogue number, the 'A' being SP-001 and the 'B' SP-002; the 'smooth outer ring, rough inner ring' of the label suggests an Orlake pressing. Distributed By Spice Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
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